at: 14th, March 2014
think, death metal evolved into shitty forms of music but
even into great ones. It just regards the attitude of the
bands, many go experimenting and this is good if you have a
solid idea of the music you’re playing...."
Since your inception in 2009, you`ve faced several problems,
mainly due line-up changes. How difficult was to get
stablished as a band in the early days?
It was really
difficult. We were so young and didn’t know any other
bands or extreme metal players, so we had to try a lot and
learn from our errors, which led us in the direction we’re
How would you characterize the development of the band
during this period (5 years) of existence?
It has been a strong experience, we spent a lot of
time trying to figure out how things work, what we could
expect from the public and how is composed the underground
scene. But of course this helped us in our personal and
Speaking of your discography, you have just released 2 demos
and a limited edition of “Eat the Bastard Flesh” , could
you tell us a little bit about this one?
We released a first demo called “No Mercy For The
Weak” with really poor sounds, and then a second one
called “Eat The Bastard Flesh”. This last work was
recorded in a studio and took us over a year (for the
songwriting, the arrangements, preproductions and so on),
it’s just the first experiment of the new style we’re
trying to focus on, a kind of music that, as we think, can
be brutal and catchy at the same time.
You have been rather inactive lately, could you tell us the
reason of that? What can the listeners expect of your near
We have never been inactive actually, when we’re
not playing around we work on the songs so the project
always keeps going on. The lack of lives is due to the very
few places where you can play and the even fewer gigs which
are worth to play at.. Since the scene is divided mainly in
poor events (such as horrible contests or ‘parties’) and
big events (however these ones requires various forms of
“pay to play”) we prefer playing like thrice a year but
at good gigs.. Last time we opened for Vomitory, one of the
greatest bands ever existed.
could you consider the extreme scene in your local area? Is
there any good chances to keep a band solid and stand?
The extreme scene is really poor, in our city there
are like 10-15 drummers that are able to use blast beats or
play extreme metal, moreover people don’t show up at live
gigs so there’s so much ignorance around here that forming
a band with cohesive members is really, really hard. Most of
the people just thinks about the technique, they consider
themselves like rockstars (which of course they aren’t if
they’re meant to play death metal) and this causes a high
rate of disbandment of groups.
I am listening
your song “Bringing the False To Execution! At the moment
this questions. Could you describe us the songwriting
process and which are the main topics you are focused at the
moment you write the lyrics?
That song is part of ETBF demo, and we have already
evolved since that release.. Now the songwriting starts from
the guitar riffs, used to build up the initial idea of the
song, but with an eye already kept on drum patterns. The
bass lines are added at the end, accurately chosen to give a
strong groove to the music, which is completed with the
vocals. Our main themes are ancient myths and violence (this
would require a longer explanation as we’re into heretic
archaeology theories) which in our opinion can offer the
chance for eschatologic reflections.
It would be nice to know what are you doing at the moment. What
are some of your interests, occupations and hobbies outside
of composing brutal music?
Some of us work and the others are attending
the university; beside of that we like stuff like movies,
alcohol and drugs, skydiving..
How would you
define death metal? In your opinion, how much did the
death metal scene change compared to the late '80-s/early
Death metal is the ultimate form of extreme music,
the only genre which was born real and still now offers
thousands of “paths” to create new powerful kinds of
music. Of course the scene changed a lot, nowadays you
rarely see the peculiar 80’s style, that kind of dressing
and playing (and it is also a matter of sounds). As every
genre does, I think, death metal evolved into shitty forms
of music but even into great ones. It just regards the
attitude of the bands, many go experimenting and this is
good if you have a solid idea of the music you’re playing.
Still there are groups that even now keeps the stuff old
school oriented and those ones deserve great respect.
9. What would you consider the hardest part about
playing in an Underground band?
The hardest part is organazing gigs to promote your
music. There’s great lack of locals and public’s
partecipation, so the bands are often forced into playing
just few times in a year to focus on few important live
- Well, that would be all for the moment...thanks very much
for your time. If you have anything to add in the end to
conclude this interview.
Always keep it true, if you’re a fan support the
scene and go to live gigs, especially underground ones!
It’s not important, it’s fundamental.